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Second Chance Fellow at the U.S. Department of Justice Releases Video on Pathways from Prison to Work

LINCS Community Member, John P. Linton shared this message and video with the Correctional Education group, but I think it would be of interest to many here as well.

ED and DOL Release Technical Assistance Around Career Pathways for Young Adults under WIOA

U.S. Departments of Labor and Education are releasing a series of technical assistance documents that:

  • provide strategies and examples of State and local partnerships that facilitate the re-engagement of Out-of-School Youth (OSY);
  • support communities working with in-school youth in accordance with WIOA; and
  • address strategies for serving out-of-school English learners, current and former foster youth, and justice-involved youth.

The technical assistance documents are available:

Supporting Student Success: Contextualized Learning

On January 19, 2017, at 1 p.m. (EST), the U.S. Department of Education’s Supporting Student Success project team will host a webinar titled Supporting Student Success: Contextualized Learning. This webinar will address “contextualization program design” and present research supporting it as an educational strategy.

Nov. 30: WIOA Wednesday Webinar: Career Pathways - The WIOA Way of Doing Business

WIOA Wednesday: Career Pathways - The WIOA Way of Doing Business

Wednesday, November 30, 2016
3:00 PM ~ 4:30 PM ET 

Registration for this event is now closed. The webinar will be archived shared in the Career Pathways group once it is ready.

Beyond the very short term healthcare certificates

Dear Health Literacy Colleagues:

A recent study of the Health Professions Pathways (H2P) Consortium, released by OCCRL, looked at the immediate economic benefits of very short term health care certificate programs:  Stacking Up? Do Stackable Credentials Contribute to Upward Mobility?

The study authors noted two concerns about the viability of stackable credentials in promoting social mobility: There was evidence that

FANTASTIC SkillsCommons OER Curriculum Resources for Career Pathways!

Are you designing career pathways programs? Save yourself some time and money--if you haven't seen this resource, you must check it out!!! AMAZING! Use them as is or redesign! OVER 7400 resources for FREE and open!

Department of Health and Human Services: Refugee Career Pathways Program Grant Announcement

The Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) within the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) invites applications for the Refugee Career Pathways (RCP) Program.

Administration of the Ability to Benefit Provisions under the Higher Education Act

  • Date: 
    Thursday, October 27, 2016 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm
    Location: 
    Online webinar

The Higher Education Act (HEA) was recently amended to restore the ability to benefit (ATB) provisions, thereby allowing individuals without a high school diploma, or its equivalent, to access Title IV financial aid, if they are enrolled in a recognized career pathway, consistent with WIOA.

Upcoming Webinar: “Made in America” Credentials to Support the Skilled Immigrant Workforce

“Made in America” Credentials to Support the Skilled Immigrant Workforce 

Steps to Success”, WES Global Talent Bridge and IMPRINT’s recent study on immigrant professional integration, found that those respondents who had invested in additional education once residing in the United States were more likely to be employed and successful than those who had only received their education abroad. 

Global Talent Bridge: Made in America - Credentials to Support the Skilled Immigrant Workforce

  • Date: 
    Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
    Location: 
    Online webinar

“Made in America” Credentials to Support the Skilled Immigrant Workforce 

Steps to Success”, WES Global Talent Bridge and IMPRINT’s recent study on immigrant professional integration, found that those respondents who had invested in additional education once residing in the United States were more likely to be employed and successful than those who had only received their education abroad. 

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